6.1 Effective Megapixels: 6.1 Effective Megapixel CCD for 3,008 x 2,000-pixel images.
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|Memory Card Support||CompactFlash (CF) Card, Microdrive|
|LCD Screen Size||1.8 in|
|Camera Type||Digital SLR Camera|
|Effective Megapixels||6.1 Megapixel|
|Camera Body Only||Body Only|
|Interface Connection||1 x USB, 1 x Audio/Video Out, 1 x DC Power In|
|Class||Audio Visual Accessory|
|Warranty Information||1 Year Limited|
|Image Format||EXIF, JPEG, TIFF|
|White Balance||Manual, Preset Modes, TTL Auto|
|Focus Features||Auto Focus, Focus Lock|
|General Features||Red-Eye Reduction, Self Timer, Slow Speed Sync, SLR Camera, Still Image Capture|
|Image Sensor Quantity||1|
|Metering Characteristics||Center-weighted Average, Matrix, Spot, TTL|
|Minimum Shutter Speed||30 sec.|
|Power Source||Lithium Ion, Rechargeable Battery|
|Description||NIKON D100 SLR Digital Camera|
|ISO Equivalencies||200, 800|
|Max Horizontal Image Resolution||3008 pixels|
|Normalized-Number of Image Sensor Pixels||6.31|
|Maximum Shutter Speed||.00025 sec.|
|Exposure Settings||Aperture Priority, Auto Exposure, Manual Exposure, Multiple Program Modes, Shutter Priority|
|Max Vertical Image Resolution||2000 pixels|
Awesome camera! LOVE LOVE LOVE it
i love this camera. I've used it at my job for the past 3 years. i photograph product for the internet. it's perfect.
it's more than nice.
### When I am on a shoot and money is on the line, the Nikon comes out first. I have two digital cameras. A Cannon D300 EOS Rebel and this one. When you hold the two in your hand the difference is like holding a toy and a fine instrument. The Nikon is t...he winner hands down. Overall focus, shutter release to finished shot is much faster with the Nikon. Read more Less
Like all other Nikon products I've owned except for the coolpix 990, its truely awesome. I use it for backup to my D1X but often find it playing the lead role.
### I have to say, I just got this camera for a friend to go to the Galapagos. It came with a 28-105mm f/3.5 macro Nikon AFD-IF lens. I have been doing research on this camera and have found it to be most favorable in mostly all respects. The test shots...came out faithful to the scene, same goes for the color (I have it set on Mode III - for outdoor vistas). The image quality with the lens is first rate. I was shopping for a digital P/S, but was not happy with any of the digitals on the market. Really nothing compares - except a whole slew of like cameras and newer models i suppose. I would advise anyone to get one or at least a newer model. I would have gone with the D200, or D300 if I had the CA$H. Next time. Read more Less
### Got this after I got a Nikon 5700 and found that digital cameras were lacking. Well not a Digital SLR. Finally, a digital camera that functioned like a regular camera. Instant exposures as soon as you pressed on the shutter release. Mulitple shots. I...nstant previews. Overall Im very pleased with the preformance. Read more Less
i love this
### I have had mine for about two weeks and are very satisfied with it. It is very fast on Auto Focus and locks right on target. I purchased a Sigma 28-300mm zoom with it. Together I get great shots but have found it best to use a tripod at 300mm since...it is a long lens. The built in flash is very ample but I reccomend an additional for large areas. The reason for the lower than perfect on the support is that I have not had to have any but know Nikons is very good. Read more Less
Excelente cámara, me atrevo a afirmar que es una Cámara DSLR clásica, que marca un hito en la historia de la fotografía.
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